Sharita’s Remains to be Returned on Thursday  

Umeme’s second annual Suppliers and Contractors’ Conference starts next week at the Sheraton Kampala Hotel.

The two-day conference, viagra order which runs from February 24 to 25, approved follows on the largely successful inaugural one last year.

It will be held under the theme “Optimising resources by strengthening our partnerships.”

Current and prospective business owners are expected to attend.

“The workshop is aimed at engaging and streamlining how we interface with our suppliers and contractors as an integral part of our value chain,” Mr. Sam Zimbe, the General Manager for Corporate and Regulatory Affairs, explained Wednesday.

He explained that due to the overwhelming turnover last year, the decision was made to make participants pay a nominal registration fee of $100 or Ush290,000, which acts a commitment for their participation.

This year, the company has also offered two different packages to its partners who do business transactions of over Ush1b to pay $1,000 or $2,000.

Either package offers partners opportunity to conference branding, speak to delegates, a stand and media publicity in the promotional materials. This offer has already attracted 11 sponsors.


There will be presentations from Mr. Sam Zimbe, Mr. George van Der Merwe, the Capital and Contracts Department General Manager, Mr. Simbiso Chimbima, Mrs. Florence Nsubuga, the Chief Operations Officer, the Chief Technical Officer and Mr. Selestino Babungi, the Chief Financial Officer.

In 2013, Umeme started to invest US$440 million in the distribution network and increase its customer base to 1,000,000 by the end of 2018.
The body of the late Assistant Inspector General of Police Julius Sharita is set to be flown back to Uganda on Thursday.

Kampala Metropolitan Police spokesperson, cure Patrick Onyango, prescription said the body will be received police and family members at Entebbe International Airport.

The late Sharita succumbed to Cancer and Pneumonia last Friday in New York, United States.

Until his death, Sharita, whom Gen Kale Kayihura described as a hardworking officer, was Uganda Police’s attaché to United States.

Sharita will be laid to rest in Mitooma District, western Uganda.

At the time of his death, said Police, Sharita had diligently served the law enforcement body for 28 years.

He leaves behind a widow, Jane Shariita and children – Geoffrey, Justus, Julian, Juliet, Jean, Joshua, Leonard and Steven.

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